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Collection Crafts Study Centre
Potter Bernard Leach
Description Tea caddy, stoneware, square based with circular neck and domed lid, grey body with Tessha glaze overall, excluding inside the lid and foot.
Decoration Wax resist, opposing sides decorated with cross hatching, alternate sides with rose motif and press mould hatching on lid.
Id Number Current Accession P.74.86
Inscription BL and St. Ives and D (impressed) on foot and bottom respectively
Location Creation Site Leach Pottery, St. Ives, Cornwall, UK
Subject ceramics, tea caddy and lid, plants
Measurements 15.9 x 9.2 centimetres
Material stoneware
Glaze tessha
Relation Exhibition ´Concept and Form´, James Hockey Gallery, The Surrey Institute of Art & Design, 13 December 2002 to 3 February 2003 Foyer of Surrey Institute of Art & Design, 8th February to 26th March, 2001. ´The Art of Bernard Leach´, Japan, 1980, exhibit number 20 Craft Study Centre opening exhibition, Holburne Museum, Bath, exhibit number 59 ´20th Century Craftsmanship´, Holburne Museum, Bath, 1972, exhibit number 167
Rights Owner David Leach/Crafts Study Centre 2004
Style Period Period 1920s
Technique press moulding
Process Press moulded, grey body, reduction fired.



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